Expenses – COC EMT Class – Health Science 151
AAOS, Emergency Care and Transportation of the Sick and
Injured; 10th edition, Jones& Bartlett (aka "the orange
book") Check COC Barnes and Noble Bookstore webpage for ISBN.
- L.A. County
Skills Book - available only in COC Barnes and Noble Bookstore.
A health clearance is required in order for you to participate in class,
clinical and ride-alongs. The Student Health & Wellness Center, located in
the Student Center, is able to provide most required immunizations
and draw required titers at cost. The Student Health center will not
be able to perform a physical has referrals available for students to a
local urgent care for brief physical exam. Please call the Health Center for
an appointment 661-362-3259. Cost depends upon provider and student
Navy blue or black slacks (Dickies are OK), COC EMT logo polo shirt (will be
available through the COC Barnes and Noble Bookstore), black leather oxford
type shoes or lace-up boots, and a plain leather or military style belt with
plain silver buckle. A plain white short-sleeved t-shirt with round neck
must also be worn under the polo. You will need a uniform for ride-alongs
and clinicals; your instructor may require you to wear your uniform to class
on selected days. Approximate cost $40-90.
which meets Federal specifications. Available in COC bookstore) approx $10
A student name badge must be worn in the clinical setting. The Student
Center will provide you with a name badge for the EMT program for
approximately $6. You must take proof of paid enrollment in the class to the
Student Center in order to receive an EMT Student ID.
You will need a stethoscope, watch with a second hand, safety
glasses/goggles, and HEPA mask (HEPA mask is only needed for ride-alongs).
You can purchase these at any uniform shop or in the bookstore. You will
need your stethoscope and watch ASAP for skills practice. Approximate cost
American Heart Association Healthcare Provider is required. If you have a
CPR card that says anything other than the above, it will not be accepted. You
may obtain CPR classses through the American Heart Association. ONLINE
CPR cards are not accepted. Approximate cost is $65-90.
Background check –EMT
students complete a background check. Click on Background menu button for
additional information. Approx cost $50.
- College of
the Canyon fees including unit fees, health fees, ASG fees and parking are
are available through the main COC website.
expenses after completion of EMT class- NREMT exam fees, Live Scan
fingerprinting, and Los Angeles County/State of California certification
fees. Will be discussed in class. Information also available from NREMT,
Live Scan vendors and LA County EMS Agency.
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